Batshauyi has gone on loan to Turkish champions Besiktas for the season, in what will be the forward’s fifth loan spell away from Stamford Bridge.
The striker spent last season on loan to Crystal Palace, where he found the back of the net just two times for the Eagles, continuing his form from the campaign prior when he netted a single goal for Chelsea in the Premier League.
Albert thinks that playing in Turkey with Besiktas can act as a golden opportunity for the striker to find his form again.
The ex-Belgium defender thinks that once the striker gets a few goals under his belt, he will have a renewed sense of confidence and will have no trouble finding his footing again.
Speaking to Belgian broadcaster Eleven, Albert said: “Considering his mind-blowing personal stats for the national team, Batshuayi is a forward who is much anticipated when he plays.
“Against Belarus it was more difficult than expected, despite a disallowed goal and two clear chances.
“He must rebuild his confidence in Turkey, where Besiktas offer him a golden opportunity to get back into the game after five years moving from bench to bench at clubs where he has never succeeded.
“Once he has scored a few goals on the shores of the Bosphorus, everything will be better for him, you’ll see.”
Batshuayi will be hoping a spell in Turkey revitalises his career in the same way it did for another former Crystal Palace striker, Alexander Sorloth, who impressed heavily in the Super Lig and returned to play for a Champions League club in the form of RB Leipzig.